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August 27, 20151 The Lovell Chronicle I 11 BY DAVID PECK The Lovell Bulldogs will be pushing the enve- lope a bit as the 2015 cross country season gets under way. Coach Caleb Sand- ers said he wants his most- ly veteran team to push themselves harder as they train during the fall. "Most of our runners are returners," Sanders said. "They've been in the program, so they know what to expect. That in- creases the speed at which they can learn. "We have different goals in different seasons. This year I want to raise our pain tolerance, our discomfort. Sometimes I feel kids don't know their tolerance level. I hope to get some of that down in practice." Sanders said for a teenager a heart rate of 120 to 130 beats per min- ute is considered to be a light workout with the 140 to 160 range a medium ef- fort and above that more difficult. "I want to be able to get into a good racing heart rate," he said. "That's one of the indicators that you're working hard." BOYS TEAM The Bulldogs lost three runners to graduation in Andrew Mayes, Dylan Ohman and all-state run- ner AJ Dickson, who placed seventh at the state cross country meet with a time of 17:12.46. Dickson was a team leader for the Bull- dogs and will be missed, Sanders said. "It hurts to lose their experience," Sanders said of the seniors, "AJ especial- ly, because he was an all- state runner." But the Bulldogs have four runners returning with state experience in senior Jacob Newman and sophomores Brent Snyder, Kyle Wolvington and Ben Cornia. "Jacob is definite- ly our quickest, and with his track experience he has a good background in distance running," Sand- ers said. Newman ran 18:21.86, good for 26th at 3A State, but he ran in the 17s during the season, the coach said. "He's a 17-minute run- ner," Sanders said. "I hope he'll be an all-state runner this year." Back as a junior is Kyle Burton, who battled inju- ries during his junior year, Sanders said, and the three sophomores give the team a solid, if young, core. "Brent, Ben and Kyle all ran at State," Sand- ers said. "We need them to step it up more in practice and be leaders in front and extend themselves more. We've seen hints of that. Last year they were more reserved and kind of held back, it seemed like." Snyder ran 18:38.99 at State (35th), Wolving- ton 20:28.93 and Cornia 21:23.78. Moving up from the middle school team are freshmen Brenden Lund- berg, Hunter Steenbakkers and JR Dickson. Lundberg is in his fourth year with the program, Steenbakkers third year and Dickson sec- ond year. Leading the middle school team is eighth-grad- er James Caldwell. Also out are sixth-graders Kin- caid Dickson and Jacob Mangus. GIRLS TEAM Leading the Lovell girls is senior Jaclyn Caldwell, who placed 10th at 3A State with a time of 19:59.39, a good time for a 5-kilometer run, Sander said. "I'm looking forward to how she runs," the coach said, noting that Caldwell is a veteran who knows race strategy well. "She wants advice on how to run, but what she has in her gut is almost better," he said. "She does better out in the flow of the race. If she plans it and over-thinks it, it doesn't seem to produce the same results." Also back are senior Af- ton George, who has state experience, and Caitlyn Lundberg, who battled a leg injury last season. "Afton is looking the best in practice I've ever seen her look," Sanders said. Back out as a sopho- more after running well as an eighth-grader but missing last season is Jes- sica Caldwell, Sanders said, noting that both Ja- clyn and Jessica attended the Utah State Universi- ty cross country camp this summer. New to the program is junior Savannah Jolley. The lone freshman is Me- gan Cornia, who was strong for the middle school squad a year ago. "We're excited to have. Megan as a high school in runner," Sanders said. Leading the mid- dle school squad are eighth-graders Lauren Mitchell and Patti Sand- ers, who came on strong last year to beat runners who were beating them earlier in the season, the coach said. Also out are eighth-graders Adaline Dickson and Sariah Hen- dershot, seventh-graders Maddisun Steed, Brook- lyn Walker and Raeghan Wacker and sixth-grader Krystalyn Palmer. Sanders is again as- sisted by Bret George and volunteer Ben Snyder. The Bulldogs will open the season this Friday, Aug. 28, at the Cody Invi- tational. The middle school race begins at 4 p.m., high school at 4:30. Lovell will host a mid- dle school meet on Thurs- day, Sept. 3, at a time to be announced. Other meets will be held in Billings, Sheridan, Lovell (Foster Gulch, host- ed by Rocky Mountain High School), Worland, Ther- mopolis and Powell. The 3A West Regional will be Oct. 16 in Lander, followed by the state meet Oct. 24 in Sheridan. Public Notice IN THE DISTRICT COURT, FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT BIG HORN COUNTY, WYOMING IN THE MATTER OF THE CHANGE OF ) NAME OF PAYTON DAWN DOWD and ) Civil HARLEY LYNN DOWD, By and through ) their mother, Sheena E. TilleR, ) No. 2015-000071 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION FOR CHANGE OF NAME WHEREAS, Sheena E. Tillett, has filed a Petition with the Clerk of this Court for permission to change her daughters names from PAYTON DAWN DOWD to PAYTON BROOKLYN TILLETF and from HARLEY LYNN DOWD to HARLEY LYNN TILLETI'. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all parties opposed to this Petition should file notice with the Court before the Petition is granted. DATED this 21st day of August, 2015. /s/Serena K. Lipp Clerk of Court by /s/Cathy Munis Deputy Clerk Publish: August 27, September 3, 9 and 17, 2015 Public Notic STATE OF WYOMING COUNTY OF BIG HORN ) IN THE DISTRICT COURT )ss. FIFVH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ) Probate No. 2015-00024 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE ) OF ) MAXWELL RAY BARNES, JR., ) Deceased. ) NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE SAID ESTATE; AN ORDER APPOINTING ADMINISTRATRIX was entered by the Fifth Judicial District Court appointing Joan Barnes as Admin- istratrix of the Estate of Maxwell Ray Barnes, Jr. Notice is further given to all persons indebted to the dece- dent or his Estate are requested to make immediate payment to Joan Barnes at the Law Office of James P. Castberg, 326 Coffeen Ave- nue, (P.O. Box 6011), Sheridan, Wyoming 82801. Creditors having claims against the decedent or the estate are required to file them in duplicate with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, Big Horn County Court- house, 2nd Floor, 420 West C Street, Basin, Wyoming 82410, on or before three (3) months after the date of the first publication of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed, unless otherwise allowed or paid, they will be forever barred. DATED this 5th day of August, 2015. JOAN BARNES Adminis~atrix /s/JAMES P. CASTBERG Attorney for Administratrix Publish: August 13, 20 and 27, 2015 BlU Hnm Countv w SALARY PUBLICATION The following salaries were paid for the month of June 2015, by Big Horn County. According to WyomingStatute 18-3-516 Co) Each board of county commissioners shall post on the county's official web- site in themanner provided in subsection (f) of this section and pub- lish separate from the minutes of the proceedings: (i) Within sixty (60) days after the end of each fiscal year, the name, position, and gross monthly salary ofeach full-time employee and each elected official. A brief statement shall accompany the salary publicationspecifying that all salaries are listed as gross monthly salaries or actual monthly wag- es, not including anyfringe benefits such as health insurance costs, life insurance benefits and pension plans. The statementshall also indicate that the salaries or wages do not include any overtime that the employee may earn whichwould be paid by the county. Number Name and/or Position Gross of Positions Monthly Salary 1 Jerold S. Ewen, County Commissioner, 2387.92 Chairman 1 Felix N.Carrizales, County Commissioner 2387.92 1 John Hyde, County Commissioner 2387.92 1 Loft Smallwood, County Clerk 5260.92 1 Deputy Clerk/Elections 2873.87 4 Deputy Clerk 2624.44 1 Deputy Clerk 2686.93 1 Deputy Clerk 2563.74 1 Becky Lindsey, County Treasurer5260.92 1 Deputy Treasurer 3071.47 1 Deputy Treasurer 2810.11 1 Gina Anderson, County Assessor 5260.92 1 Deputy Assessor 3199.73 2 Deputy Assessor 2686.93 1 Deputy Assessor 2624.44 1 Kim Adams, County Attorney 7069.58 1 Legal Executive Administrator 3334.87 1 Serena Lipp, Clerk of District Court 5260.92 1 Deputy Clerk of District Court 2821.87 1 Deputy Clerk of District Court 2253.81 1 Joy Hill, Planner/GIS Manager 5000.00 1 Engineering/Planning Technician2784.00 1 Planning/Engineer Assistant 2427.00 1 Fred Werner, Maintenance Supervisor 3364.40 2 Janitor, Courthouse/Fair 2590.52 1 Kenneth Blackburn, County Sheriff 5510.92 1 Blaine Jolley, Undersheriff 4333.33 1 Community Service Officer 4525.73 1 Deputy Sheriff 3508.20 1 Deputy Sheriff 3345.34 1 Deputy Sheriff 3259.70 1 Deputy Sheriff 3184.48 1 Deputy Sheriff 2964.16 1 Deputy Sheriff 2943.77 1 Deputy Sheriff 2864.92 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Deputy Sheriff Evidence-CSI Accounting Dispatcher Dispatcher Dispatcher Dispatcher Dispatcher Dispatcher Dispatcher Debbie Cook, Detention Administrator, Captain Julie Faber, Detention Lieutenant Records Clerk Detention Deputy Detention Deputy Detention Deputy Detention Deputy Detention Deputy Detention Deputy Detention Deputy Detention Deputy Detention Deputy Detention Deputy Detention Deputy Detention Deputy Housing Control 2824.00 2882.53 3000.00 2956.45 2884.90 2759.02 2721.62 2587.88 2482.00 1952.68 4333.33 3750.00 3071.47 3334.48 3312.56 3242.08 3145.64 3143.84 3074.64 3041.36 2959.88 2952.88 2738.12 2694.72 2593.04 2614.88 1 Housing Control 2272.92 1 Cook 2252.50 1 Cook 2088.80 1 Cook 1947.40 1 Delmar W. Atwood, Jr., County Coroner, 2142.08 Part-Time 1 Rodney Wambeke, North Foreman, Road 3742.27 & Bridge 1 3488.54 1 1 1 1 4 2 Shannan Hovey, South Foreman, Road & Bridge Road & Bridge Labor Road & Bridge Labor Road & Bridge Labor Road & Bridge Labor Road & Bridge Labor Road & Bridge Labor Jason Beal, Emergency Management Coordinator Vangi Hackney, BHC Fair Manager Donna Capellen, Library Director Assistant Library Director Carl Meyer, Airports Manager 1 1 1 1 1 3319.33 3213.63 3152.93 3063.63 3002.93 2942.23 3574.24 3300.00 3333.34 2821.87 5000.00 Publish: August 27, 2015 Town of Lovell. -~pecial meetin~ minute~ MINUTES OF THE TOWN COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING HELD AUGUST 24, 2015 AT 6:00 P.M. AT LOVELL TOWN HALL. Present: Mayor Angel Montanez, Council Members: Brian Dickson, Bruce Wolsey, Scott Allred and Kevin Jones. Others pres- ent: Town Administrator Jed Nebel, Clerk/Treasurer Valerie Beal, Christian Mendoza, Jason Beal, David Reetz, David Peck. With a quorum present, Mayor Angel Montanez called the meet- ing to order and led in the Pledge of Allegiance. David Reetz presented information on the definition of Economic Development and the mission statement and vision of LoveU Inc. He reported researching past documents to find what has happened in the past. He discussed the core values of our area and strategies for putting economic development to work. Primary business and sec- ondary business types were explained and how both types of jobs are important for the community was discussed. Council discussed the desire to see work done on the senior housing project development, tourism and the sediment concerns at the Big Horn Canyon Recre- ation Area, and the downtown first impression. Mr. Reetz request- ed an opportunity to meet with the Mayor and Councilmen at their convenience to further discuss the economic development efforts of Lovell Inc. and to establish an accountability report to provide results and measures. Scott Allred made a motion to move the Annex Building Agree- ment from the table for discussion. Second by Kevin Jones. All in favor. Motion passed. Council reviewed and discussed the final draft of the agreement with Big Horn County for the Town's use of the County Annex Building. Council recommended a change of date in #10 to provide for the agreement through June 30, 2017. Brian Dick- son made a motion to accept the rental agreement between Big Horn County and the Town of Lovell for rent of the Annex Building and recommend the date change in #10 to read through June 30, 2017 if accepted by the County. Second by Scott Allred. All in favor. Motion passed. Council reviewed and discussed a sample job description for a community services officer that provided duties related to the en- forcement of local animal control laws and local codes, ordinances and regulations. Council requested clarification on whether this po- sition could participate in investigations. Council discussed that the creation of a position would create ongoing costs within the police department. They suggested it be discussed with a new Chief of Po- lice to see if the department would be better served by creating this position. Mayor Angel Montanez called for a motion regarding the position. No motion was made. Mayor Angel Montanez presented wage increases for Jennifer Massey, Matt Koritnik and Angela Morley Brown for Council to re- view. He explained that in the past, wage increases have been ap- proved by the Mayor upon recommendation of the supervisors. Council expressed support in continuing the practice as long as it stays within the budget. Council requested any increase to the bud- get or fund adjustments come before Council for approval. Scott Allred made a motion at 7:45 p.m. to recess the Special Meeting and reconvene in Executive Session to interview a police chief candidate pursuant to W.S. 164-405 (a) (ii) considering the ap- pointment, employment, right to practice, dismissal, complaints or charges against a public officer, professional person or employee and W.S. 164-405 (a) (x) considering offers tendering wages, salaries, ben- efits or terms of employment during negotiations. Second by Bruce Wolsey. All in favor. Motion passed. Special Meeting was reconvened at 8:55 p.m. With no additional action, Brian Dickson made a motion to adjourn Special Meeting and reconvene in the Work Meeting. Second by Kevin Jones. All in favor. Motion passed. Pending Approval: Mayor Angel J. Montanez ATI'EST: Clerk/Treasurer Valerie Beal Publish: August 27, 2015